Life a Weblog for Young Adults
Being 10 degrees off isn’t half-bad. Most people would settle for being 90% right - not perfect, but pretty darn close. When we are only 10 degrees off in our journey with God there is a false sense of hope that envelops us. We go through the motions, oblivious to the danger that lies ahead.
Young adults are increasingly helping others and doing it in a variety of settings: serving in soup kitchens, building houses for families, and more. Suddenly, serving has become cool. But how does service become more than an occasional project pick-me-up or a disappearing fad chase?
Old Rule: Adults who move in with their parents are socially stilted/creepy.
New Rule: Adults who move in with their parents are financially or emotionally rebuilding, even savvy.
Here are some tips to make the experience the best it can be.
We have lost the courage of a child - the ability to be more outspoken, less fearful of other’s perceptions. We let opportunities pass us by to wave boldly at strangers passing by - fearful of those with judging eyes. And we quiet ourselves to please. But we aren’t meant to hide.